The best chicken wing recipes that the South has to offer

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Top Southern wings recipes are chock-full of flavor. Who doesn't love piles of delicious wings saturated with sticky, finger-licking yumminess?
They're perfect for tailgating, parties or just at home with the family. Either way, these recipes are sure to please gourmet Southern wing connoisseurs from across the country.
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1. Nashville hot chicken wings
In the South, we love fried chicken and we love glazed wings. This recipe delivers both! Good ole hot sauce really brings the heat to these wings.
2. Dr. Pepper chicken wings
If you’re going to go for bad, you might as well go all the way. Pop open a can of Dr. Pepper to provide a pop of flavor to these sweet and sticky wings.
3. Lemon pepper chicken wings
If you want to forego sticky glazes and just prefer a classic wing that's battered and fried, this is the recipe for you. Lemon and pepper come together in this recipe to make a zesty and moist chicken wing that's Southern comfort food at its best.
4. Roasted chicken wings and rice and gravy
Rich roasted chicken wings and rice are a delectable treat that will warm your tummy and satisfy your taste buds. This is the epitome of soul food and Southern cooking at its finest.
5. Buffalo ranch chicken wings
With just 4 ingredients, you can't go wrong with the recipe below.
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